July 03, 2019

Greetings and welcome to Education Matters. For many parents the School Holidays can pose a number of scenarios. For some folk, they just seem to drag on endlessly. The children sit around the house bored to tears, while the parents usually the mother, are tired of being the “personal chef”, “entertainer” and in some cases […]

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Education Matters

Greetings and welcome to yet another edition of Education Matters. This simple column provides readers with the opportunity to obtain an answer or insight into issues relating to Education and Learning. Especially, those matters that raise concern and anxiety for parents and children. As the academic year slowly draws to a close, invariably it leads […]

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Education Matters

Greetings and welcome to yet another edition of Education Matters. This time in the academic year, can be rather challenging and even strained as students globally prepare for final exams and University Entrance Examinations. Without doubt, the anxiety generated impacts not only upon the individuals under going the process but affects the entire home environment! […]

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Education Matters

Greetings and welcome to Education Matters. In this column, I respond to any question related to Education and Learning. In particular, issues that may be troubling and generating concern. On a very happy note, I was recently invited to meet with the Year Five students at Pelangi School in Ubud. They too, had a raft […]

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Education Matters

Greetings and welcome to another edition of Education Matters. Delighted to say, my inbox is over flowing with questions and to the many folk who made the effort to contact me, I want you to know that I value your comments and appreciate your needs. Consequently, as a matter of course, I always respond to […]

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Education Matters

Greetings, I am Dr. Leith and welcome to my very first edition of Education Matters! Without doubt, the domain of Education is enormous. So too are the multitude of issues that impact upon how a child, young adult, adult, old bugger, navigates a course to a destination whereby they can achieve their unique natural potential. […]

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